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Going Gay: A Queer Guide to Prague

aktuálně.cz |
2 November 2009

While the queer scene here in Prague is quite vibrant, there is only one exclusively lesbian (though gay boy-friendly) bar, the others having been opened as gay male hangouts originally, and frequented now by queers of all genders.

Purple suits long gone but 'period' café remains

Radio Prague |
2 November 2009

The End of Czechoslovakia as Seen from the Parliament is a fascinating portrait of the end of an era and a rare chance to see the interior of one of Prague's most distinctive buildings, the Federal Assembly.

Workers find mysterious tomb in village church

Radio Prague |
2 November 2009

Reconstruction of an area rich with monuments near the village of Valeč in West Bohemia yielded a mystery that has archaeologists and anthropologists scratching their heads.

Halloween in Prague 2009

Expats.cz |
29 October 2009

After two decades slowly incubating in Prague, Halloween is ready to hatch like a gremlin out of his egg-sack.

A trip to Třeboň

The Journeys of Captain Oddsocks |
29 October 2009

Třeboň is as beautiful as any other small town in Bohemia and for foreign visitors the most attractive thing is not the fish or the spa, but the historic architecture of the compact old town.

Tending the grapes

By Eva Munková | Prague Daily Monitor |
29 Oct 2009

Every year, a group of dedicated Prague growers delivers top quality wines.

The best of wurst

Prague TV |
29 October 2009

Salivating for smoky sausage? Provokátor/IMG presents "Best of Wurst" - a night of Czech-American interpretation of German cuisine.

Uncommon comics

Prague Post |
30 October 2009

Graphic stars gather in Prague for KomiksFEST!

Strumming on the heartstrings of guitar lovers

CBW.cz |
30 October 2009

The Guitar Across Styles festival is currently underway, bringing together imaginative guitarists from throughout the Czech Republic and the world.

Developers sought for Soviet playground

CBW.cz |
30 October 2009

Twenty years ago Soviet pilots and soldiers rehearsed for war here. It was one of the largest Soviet Army bases in Central Europe. Today, there are still plenty of reminders of the place’s previous purpose that cannot be so easily eradicated.

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